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The camping program is administered by an experienced staff, with a ratio of one staff person to every four campers. The summer staff consists of trained counselors who are responsible for the care and nurturing of campers in their cabin life and camp activities; program staff who plan and implement the recreational program activities for campers; a certified staff of lifeguards and instructors who oversee the swimming and boating programs; and a nurse who cares for the medical needs of the campers.

In 2017, nearly 600 campers were involved in the summer program. For further information about the program, please call the Camp Registrar at Trinity Center (1-888-874-6287) or by e-mail Camp Registrar.

Goals

  • To provide a Christian camping experience that is diverse, inclusive, nurturing, loving, and affirming
  • To build and live in an intentionally Christ-centered community that helps each camper gain a deeper understanding of and appreciation for his/her own skills, abilities, and gifts as a child of God
  • To develop a sense of thankfulness for and stewardship of God's creation
  • To provide a quality Christian Education experience
Activities
Our camping program is traditional. We offer a balance of supervised group activities and free time tailored to fit the age group of your camper's session. Some of the daily activities include:
  • Swimming instruction
  • Sailing and canoeing
  • Christian Education
  • A variety of sports...volleyball, soccer, basketball, etc.
  • Evening programs...singing, skits, dances, etc.
  • Worship
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Elective Shareshops
  • Challenge Course/Group Initiatives/Teambuilding exercises
Camp Facility and Island Setting
Four dormitories, two cabins per dorm, house all eighty-eight campers each session. Each cabin houses eleven campers and one counselor. Many different water areas mark Camp Trinity. Campers use the sound American Camp Associationfor sailing, canoeing, and marshing. They use the pool for swimming lessons, free swim, and water carnival. They use the beach forswimming, sand castle building, games, and beachwalks. Other program facilites include a covered recreationbuilding, an outdoor recreation field, a challenge course, an assembly building, and an open pavilion on the ocean side of the property.Sanders Point is an outdoor chapel overlooking the marsh waters of Bogue Sound. Many worship services are held at the chapel.

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